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    Default HELP! How do I set up for flux core mig? Polarity, amps, speed, anything please...

    Just landed on a jobsite in Iowa. I am AWS certified stick. First trip off site to the boneyard and it is "all" flux core mig and I am clueless. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Wayyyy, too many varibles, lookup the Miller weld calculator

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    No gas flux core or gas shield flux core? big difference...Bob
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    Quote Originally Posted by cruizer View Post
    Wayyyy, too many varibles, lookup the Miller weld calculator

    Went to the calculater. Good starting point. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aametalmaster View Post
    No gas flux core or gas shield flux core? big difference...Bob
    No gas flux core. Welder is Miller (desiel) of unknown model w/ "suitcase" wire feed. Mild steel 1/4" to 1/2". Really appreciate any input. Thanks.

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    Default HELP! How do I set up for flux core mig? Polarity, amps, speed, anything please...

    All wire manufactures will give you welding permitters for the particular wire you are running. Find out the type of wire and size wire and do an Internet search.

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    What are you welding with...machine and wire ill give you the info

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